28 CFR § 94.122 - Expressly unallowable sub-recipient costs.
Notwithstanding any other provision of this subpart, no VOCA funds may be used to fund or support the following:
(a) Lobbying - Lobbying or advocacy activities with respect to legislation or to administrative changes to regulations or administrative policy (cf. 18 U.S.C. 1913), whether conducted directly or indirectly;
(c) Active investigation and prosecution of criminal activities - The active investigation and prosecution of criminal activity, except for the provision of victim assistance services (e.g., emotional support, advocacy, and legal services) to crime victims, under § 94.119, during such investigation and prosecution;
(d) Fundraising - Any activities related to fundraising, except for fee-based, or similar, program income authorized by the SAA under this subpart.
(e) Capital expenses - Capital improvements; property losses and expenses; real estate purchases; mortgage payments; and construction (except as specifically allowed elsewhere in this subpart).
(f) Compensation for victims of crime - Reimbursement of crime victims for expenses incurred as a result of a crime, except as otherwise allowed by other provisions of this subpart;
(g) Medical care - Medical care, except as otherwise allowed by other provisions of this subpart; and
(h) Salaries and expenses of management - Salaries, benefits, fees, furniture, equipment, and other expenses of executive directors, board members, and other administrators (except as specifically allowed elsewhere in this subpart).
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